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men and marines, and the upper floors for the George Hotel, Aldermanbury, City, on Saturday manufacture of revolvers and that of agricultura officers, who have formed a club. The men are pro- next (to-morrow), Mr. James Irvine, of Messrs. implements-the last two constituting the contras vided with reading and refreshment rooms, and Simpsons', Grosvenor-road, will read a paper on between war and peace. The whole eight volume skittles, and other amusements, at a monthly sub-"Machinery for Cutting and Boring Rocks.' The of “ Les Grandes Usines" form a scientific and in scription, and have largely availed themselves of the sitting is to commence at 8 p.m., and Mr. Joseph teresting encyclopædia of most of the industria attractions; the officers, billiard-room, reading-room, Newton, H.M. Mint, president, will occupy the chair. arts and their practical application. and refreshments.
An interesting presentation has been made to the MR. E. G. SQUIER, who is an authority on the The results of the International Conference for Royal Irish Academy by the Earl of Charlemont. It ethnology and archæology of South and Central preventing the use of certain explosive missiles in consists of a series of seventy-four terra cotta busts America, says there is nothing incredible in the war are now made public. It is decided that the of the Roman Emperors and their families, modelled story told by General Kilpatrick, United Statos Powers which sign the Convention shall relinquish after the original antiquesfin the Capitoline Museum, Minister to Peru, that during the recent earthquake both in sea and land warfare the use of explosive at Rome, and which adorned the library of the at Arica 500 mummies were thrown to the surface. projectiles weighing less than 400 grammes and filled donor's grandfather, the first president of the Aca- He says the desert hills behind Arica, as indeed those with inflammable matter. This obligation is not demy. They are the work of an eminent Roman surrounding the few habitable spots on the Peruvian binding upon any of the contracting Powers when at statuary, Vierpyle, and were executed at Rome in coast, are literally stuffed with the desiccated bodies war with a State which has not signed the Conven- the year 1754.
of the aborigines. They are but thinly covered tion. The Prussian plenipotentiary proposed that AN Act has been passed authorizing the construc- with light and nitrous sands, and are often exposed the question should be reopened for a more extended tion of a railway to connect Melbourne with the by the winds. I have seen dozens of them at discussion, but this proposition was rejected. The Upper Murray, opposite Albury, in New South Arica lying on the surface, wrapped in coarse grass protocol embracing the decisions of the Conference is Wales. The amount required for this and other matting, or in their crumbling nets, for most who signed by the representatives of Great Britain, railway operations is stated at £2,107,000. A Public lived here seem to have been fishermen. I have France, Prussia, Russia, Italy, Austria, Turkey, Works Loan Bill has also passed, authorizing the carefully examined hundreds of the so-called Portugal, Denmark, Belgium, Holland, Greece, Ba- borrowing of a further sum of £610,000 for the com- mummies without finding the slightest evidence varia, Wurtemberg, Sweden, and Persia.
pletion of various works for water supply throughout that their preservation is due to other than natural A NUMBER of the officers and sappers of the Royal the country, and for finishing the Alfred Graving conditions of soil and climate. Engineers, at Chatham, have been engaged for some Dock at Williams Town.
A STRANGE occurrence is related in the " Mining time past in blowing up the wreck of the schooner The Smithfield Club Cattle Show is to commence at Journal” as having occurred at Carnyorth Mine, St. "Iredes," which was sunk several months since in deep the Agricultural Hall, Islington, on Monday, Decem- Just, during an awful thunderstorm. The lightning water, in the vicinity of the Cant Sands. The por- ber 7, and will continue open during the four follow- struck the engine-house, cleaving the spring beam, å tions of the wreck removed have been blown up by ng days. The Earl of Hardwicke is the president balk of timber 9in. square knocking the stair to means of a new description of gun cotton of great for the year, and amongst the prominent members of pieces, with the windows, roof, and stack. The fluid explosive power, At the request of the Trinity the club are the Dukes of Marlborough and Rich- went down the shaft at 50 fathoms, striking H. Boyns Board, the Royal Engineers will in future remove mond, Earls Leicester, Powis, and Spencer, Viscount in the arm and rendering Hugh Lanyon speechless. the wrecks of all vessels at any part of the coast Bridport, and Lords Berners, Tredegar, and Wal- They thought a gun had been fired at them. On which may be found to interfere with navigation. singham. The aggregate amount of the prizes is finding the arm not broken they proceeded up with The next vessel to be blown up by the Royal En- £2,300.
great difficulty. The lightning wont down altogether gineers, for which preparations are now being made The arrangements for the purchase of the tele- 300 fathoms, and ran along the tram-road 300 fathoms at head-quarters, Chatham, is the emigrant ship graphs by the Government are being actively carried more, striking R. Angwin in the foot, and W. Tresize "Liechart,” which was sunk a short time since at on, and a Commission appointed by the Accountant- in the chest. All the men underground received a the Nore, through being run into while at anchor by General has nearly concluded the inquiry into what severe electric shock. The ozone was suffocating. the North Star steamer.
the net profits of the companios really are. A com- No death occurred, nor injury to the ironwork of the pleto collection of the instruments used has been engine. A man called Archer, working at the
Arranged in the library of St. Martin's-le-Grand. It stamps engine, was knocked backwards, and the arms Miscellanea.
is said to be a most interesting display, and one of the round buddle machine were knocked away. which shows in a remarkable manner the vast pro
gress which has been made since the first applicaTRAVELLERS arriving at Genoa from Piedmont and tion of electricity to the purpose of telegraphy. Lombardy state that the whole country is covered At the close of 1867, the stock of locomotives with snow as far as Busalta.
owned by the twelve leading British railway comANOTHER new serial work is announced by Messrs. panies was as follows:--Caledonian, 515; Great
ABRIDGED SPECIFICATIONS OF Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, under the title of " Illu- Eastern, 380; Great Northern, 468; Great Western, strated Travels,” to be edited by Mr. H. W. Bates, 842 ; Lancashire and Yorkshire, 455; London and
PATENTS. Assistant Secretary of the Royal Geographical North-Western, 1,443 ; London and South-Western, The Abridged Specifications of Patents given below are Society. The first part will appear in December. 259 ; London, Brighton and South Coast, 252 ; Man- classified, according to the subject to which the respective
The number of visitors to the Patent Office chester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire, 264 ; Midland, inventions refer, in the following table. By the system Museum, South Kensington, for the week ending 623 ; North-Eastern, 851 ; and South-Eastern, 243. of classification adopted, the numerical and chronological November 28, was 3,768.
"Total number since the The twelve companies thus owned between them all the advantages of a division into classes. It should be opening of the Museum, free daily (May 12, 1858), 6,595 locomotives, the first cost of which, at an understood that these abridgments are prepared exclu1,438,771.
average of £2,500 per engine, was £16,437,500. sively for this Magazine from official copies supplied by MEETINGS have been held in various Irish pro On Tuesday morning the Team Valley Railway the Government, and are, therefore, the property of the vincial towns in favour of the purchase of Irish rail running between Durham city and Newcastle, a Proprietorst fo thiro Magazine obiecu papers are bereby roads by the State, and a requisition is being pre-journey of fifty minutes' duration, was opened to the ment:pared calling upon the Lord' Mayor of Dublin to public for the first time. This new line is the pro- BCILERS AND Furnaces—1599, 1621, 1617 convene a meeting for the same object.
perty of the North-Eastern Railway Company, and BUILDINGS AND BUILDING MATERIALS—1590, 1591, 1616 By the Panama steamer we have news of the great satisfaction has been given to the public by its CHEMISTRY AND PHOTOGRAPHY-1602, 1617, 1630, 1651, great earthquakes in Peru. The three great waves speedy completion. It is also intended by the same breaking on this coast and that of Australia on the company to construct a line through Durham to CULTIVATION OF THE SOIL, including agricultural imple15th of August travelled from Dr. Hector's supposed Ferryhill Junction. This route will considerably
ments and machines—1608, 1622, 1653 focus (a thousand miles west of Peru) to New lessen the journey to the south, and thus a great FIBROUS FABRICS, including machinery for treating fibre,
ELECTRICAL APPARATUS-None. Zealand in 17 hours.
boon will have been conferred by the directors on The highest mine in the world is a silver mine, their numerous customers, who will be spared the
pulp, paper, &c.—1595, 1620, 2625, 1627, 1636, 1640, 1618,
1661, 1669, 1673 that of Potosi, in the Andes of Peru. It is situated wearisome delays at Leamside and Pelaw Main. FOOD AND BEVERAGES, including the apparatus for pre11,375ft. above the surface of the ocean. The
At the annual meeting of the Fellows of the paring food for men and animals—1609, 1634 deepest mine in the world is a salt mine, the new Salz Royal Society, on Monday last (St. Andrew's Day), FORNITURE AND APPAREL, including household tiunsesi, Werk in Westphalia, which is 2,050ft. below the the gold medals of the Society were awarded as
time-keepers, jewellery, musical instruments, cosurface of the ocean.
1593, 1610, 1615 follows:-The Copley to Sir Charles Wheatstone, GENERAL MACHINERY–1604, 1606, 1638, 1645, 1646, 1654, The Prince of Wales has contributed £50 to the D.C.L., Oxon., Professor of Experimental Philo 1655, 1656, 1657, 1658, 1660, 1672 Cam Improvement Fund. His Royal Highness has sophy, King's College, London; the Romford medal LIGHTING, HEATING, AND VENTILATING-Nohe. been pleased to express to the committee the great to Dr. Balfour Stewart, M.A., Superintendent of the Merals, including apparatus for their manufacture£1,500 is still required to carry out the contemplated two Royal medals, one was awarded to the Rev. Dr. MISCELLANEOUS-2586, 1587, 158, 159, 1592, 1994, 1996, improvements, which will be commenced in January Salmon, Regius Professor of Divinity in the Univernext.
1733, 1635, 1637, 1641, 1642, 1614, 1652, 4662, 1663, 1601, sity, Dublin ; and the other to Mr. Alfred Russell 1668, 1671 The number of visitors to the South Kensington Wallace, well known by his researches in the zoology ROADS AND VEHICLES, including railway plant and car Museum during the week ending November 28, 1868, of the Eastern Archipelago.
riages, saddlery, and harness, &c.-1601, 1603, 1607, was-on Monday, Tuesday, and Saturday, free,
We read that the Shive Governor Company, U.S., SHIPS AND BOATS, including their attings—1629, 1665
1628, 1613 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., 10,694; on Wednesday, have introduced an improved steam engine governor, STEAM ENGINES— 1626, 1649, 1659 Thursday, and Friday (admissior. 6d.), from 10 a.m. the principal feature of which is that a new form of WARFARE—1612, 1667 to 4 p.m., 1,572 ; total -12,266. Average of corre- valve is used; it is so constructed that its opening sponding week in former years, 7,885. Total from and closing does not depend upon surfaces moving chester. Telescopic rollers for use in machines for drying and
1585 E. ASHWORTH, Carr Bank, Kamsbottom, Manthe opening of the Museum–7,927,045.
upon or against each other, but upon surfaces moving tentering fabrics. Dated May 14, 1868. A CANADIAN paper states that on November 1, at towards and from each other. The impact of the Here the inventor forms the circumference of such rollers Cobourg (on the north shore of Lake Ontario), the passing stream is not upon and over the surfaces of bars of iron of a T-form in section, and to connect such waters of the lake receded from 50ft. to 100ft. from that are depended upon for closing the valve; con
bars with the discs on the axis by which they are carried, the usual water-mark, returning again rapidly, with sequently, the cutting of the valve by the steam will he cuts a way the web of the bar for a distance at the end a loud rushing sound, similar to that heard when the never cause it to leak. The valve has two steam may pass through a hole which is formed in the disc at a tide is coming in on the sea coast. The ebbing and passages perfectly balancing each other. The steam convenient distance from its edge, and he fixes the bar by flowing were repeated a number of times, for the can never make for itself false passages, as there are a tap screw or otherwise. The flanges of the bars then space of three-quarters of an hour.
no joints or openings but the proper passages for the stand on a level with the edges or peripheries of the discs. MESSRS. AVELING AND PORTER, of Rochester, have steam.
-Patent abandoned. just received an order from Mr. Andrew H. Greene, The eighth volume of our excellent cotemporary Dated May 14, 1868.
1586 M. WALKER, Edinburgh. Dressing millstones of New York, for the construction of a 15-ton steam "Les Grandes Usines," by Turgan, has just been The patentee claims arranging apparatus for cutting roller, for the use of the many miles of roads and issued by Michel Levy, Bros. The contents com and dressing millstones with a tool holder carrying a drives in the Central Park. This is the second prise an elaborately illustrated description of the diamond or hard stone cutter, and receiving motion by American order Messrs. Aveling and Porter have manufacture of textile fabrics at Rheims; the theory means of an eccentric or crank or cam, and also the received ; the previous one is already executed, and and practice of the ma facture of cartridges, pow
cutting and dressing millstones by means of such appa the roller has been forwarded to Philadelphia. Ar the meeting of members of the London Asso-war--a resume of which we shall shortly lay before stone, &c. Dated May 14, 1868. der, and other smaller articles of the materiel of ratus, all substantially as described. ---Patent completed.
1587 J. G. WALKER, Bonnington, Mid Lothian. Dressing ciation of Foremen Engineers, to be held at the lour readers; the preparation of india-rubber; the Here, in place of actuating the mechanism employed
solely by an engine formed as part of or fixed to it, the venting the radiation of heal from steam pipes, &c. Dated 1609 R. RAYNER, Lower Clapton. Apparatus employed mechanism may be arranged without an engine attached, May 15, 1868.
for cooking, boiling, melting, &c. (A communication.) Dated in which case the driving shaft with the cam affixed Here the inventors first cover the steam pipe, cylinder, May 16, 1868. thereto is actuated by a belt, or by spur gearing, or by a or boiler with coiled håy or straw bands steeped in cement, This invention consists in applying to vessels employed pitch chain and wheels. The bed or slide upon which and then plaster these over with a cement or composition for cooking, boiling, melting, or evaporating, an escape the dressing machine is carried is constructed either to made of "gannister" oak bark, cow's or other hair, and pipe or cover, for the purpose of collecting and conveying rest on the material being dressed, or it may rest upon a coal or other tar, well mixed and ground up together to
off from the vessel all noxious or strong smelling vapours, table or other support in proximity to the material, and the consistency of plaster or cement.-Patent abandoned. and conducting them down into the body of the stove or the bed may be either horizontal, vertical, or situated at other required angles. The saddle carries a cross slide on
1597 F. PELARD, Paris. Portable hydrotherapic apparatus.
range.-Patent abandoned. which a centre for a movable lever is fixed, and as the Dated May 15, 1868.
1610 A. M. CLARK, Chancery-lane. Lamps. (A comcam revolves, the necessary reciprocations of the lever This apparatus is composed of a basin or tank placed at munication.) Dated May 16, 1868.
The patentee claims, first, constructing the burners of which carries the dressing tool are effected. The depth its lower part, and in which the water is placed; of a high of cut is regulated by one or more set screws, and the pressure pump, say on the Japy system, which sucks lamps for burning mineral oils and essences of a number intensity of the blow governed by springs, weights, or
the water from the basin by a copper pipe, and forces it of tubes arranged in a circle, and each containing a wick otherwise-Patent abandoned. by another pipe, also of copper, into a sphere or air ball
80 disposed that air may pass freely between them ; first, placed at the summit of the apparatus.- Patent aban- in order to prevent the heat being communicated from 1588 W. R. LAKE, Southampton-buildings. Chancery- doned.
one to the other; and, second, in order to obtain the neceslane. · Apparatus for marking or directing boxes and parcels.
1598 A. V. NEWTON, Chancery-lane.
sary amount of air for obtaining perfect combustion, and (A communication) Dated May 14, 1868.
Liquid meters. (A to prevent all smell. Second, he claims the use in theso This apparatus consists of a revolving type wheel which communication) Dated May 15, 1868.
improved burners of tubes of round, square, or other has its bearings in a forked handle, in close proximity to
This invention is not described apart from the drawings. section, with wicks of corresponding form; as also an ink-roller, being held in contact therewith by suitable -Patent completed.
arranging the said tubes to incline towards the centre, springs, in such a manner that, by rolling the said type 1599 J. ROBEY, Newcastle-under-Lyme. Furnaces for con- all in the manner described.-Patent completed. wheel over the cover of a box or other surface to be suming smoke. Dated May 15, 1868.
1611 J. Adams, Edinburgh. Cooking ranges. Dated marked, the types in sweeping past the ink-roller take up Here the inventor applies below the fire-bars of the fur May 16, 1868. a supply of ink, and on coming in contact with the sur pace jets of steam which play up between the fire-bars on This invention consists in forming the side-plate of the face to be marked the ink taken up by the types is trans- to the fuel resting upon them; tho jets or nozzles for direct- Are-grate near to the oven with one or more openings ferred to the said surface, and the operation of marking ing the jets of steam are carried by a steam pipe or pipes, in it, through which ignited fuel from the grate may pass, is performed with great dispatch and neatness. The the outlet ends of the nozzles being caused to project above and rest upon a second set of fire-bars of separato coninvention consists, also, in an ink-roller composed of a the bottom of the fire-bars and to rise up between them.-struction, these fire-bars being situated in a flue or space hollow cylindrical reservoir, perforated with small holes, Patent abandoned.
which surrounds tho oven. The part of the flue beneath and surrounded by a strip of cloth, or other absorbent material, in combination with a type wheel, in such a Surrey. Dry and wel gas melers. Dated May 15, 1868.
1600 W. and G. B. SMITH, Kennington Park-road, the fire-bars has an opening formed in it through which
cold air passes, and passing up through the space between manner that a large number of impressions can be made
The patentees claim, first, the employment in the con
the bars and fuel resting thereon maintains the combustion of with the type wheel without the necessity of recharging struction of the diaphragms of dry gas meters of a broad the latter, the heat and dame thus given off passing through arrangement of raised flanges on the surface of the type tion of the leather comprising the diaphragin, into and chimney,
An opening is formed on the front of the wheel in such a manner that the wheel, on being rolled through which the disc is free to pass, in combination range, and provided with a door, which can be opened or over the surface to be marked, is kept from tipping over sideways, and a neat and perfect impression is obtained.
with the particular method or methods for the construction closed at pleasure. The fre-bars are formed with recesses The said invention consists, also, in the arrangement of a
or formation of the diaphragm of dry gas meters, whereby at intervals, and their bottoms and sides constitute instop in combination with the type wheel and ink-roller,
the leather neither bags nor tightens on the rims, all sub-clined planes, thus facilitating the falling off of the ashes in such a manner that the correct starting point of the stantially in manner and for the purposes described and and dirt produced by the combustion of the fuel.- Patent type wheel is determined and the invention consists, illustrated in the drawings. Second, the improving of the
1612 C. GOLDEN, Bradford. Breech-loading guns. Dated finally in the arrangement of a spring to carry the type registration of dry gas meters in and by the employment of wheel back to its starting point as soon as the same is apparatus constructed and acting substantially as described May 16, 1868. lifted from the surface to be marked-Patent abandoned.
and illustrated in the drawings. Third, the construction, This invention has reference, in the first place, to an im
arrangement, and method of action of eccentric valves for proved pattern of thumb lever for effecting the unlocking 1589 T. J. GATHERCOLE, Homerton, and T. R. COMEN, dry gas meters, substantially as described and illustrated of the breech. The thumb part of this lever is formed of Hackney, Middlesex. Frames and furniture for umbrellas, in the drawings. Fourth, the method of and apparatus same curvature as the guard itself, and when in position parasols, &c. Dated May 15, 1868.
for keeping water at its proper level in compensating wet forms a part of such guard, although projecting from the This inyention consists, first, in the application of a meters, as described.-Patent completed.
same. It also has its fulcrum formed upon the “body stay to the frames of umbrellas, sunshades, parasols, and other such like articles. Second, in means of fastening railways. (A communication) Dated May 15, 1868.
1601 A. M. CLARK, Chancezy-lane. Permanent way of similar to the human foot, the foot fitting into a recess
of the gun. Its upper part, the patentee makes in a shape the ends of the ribs and stretchers of the umbrella, sun
formed through the bolt to which it is desired to give moshade, or parasol to the running socket and socket at top-Patent completed.
This invention is not described apart from the drawings. tion for the purpose of unlocking the breech. The second of umbrella stick-Patent abandoned.
part of the invention consists in the improvement of cut1590 H. C. CROFTs, Chatham, Kent. Brick's Dated
1602 W. R. LAKE, Southampton-buildings, Chancery- ting a slot through the solid bar of the fore end of the May 15, 1868.
lane. Preserving dead bodies. (A communication.) Dated body to allow a spring to be passed through it, thus allowThese improved bricks are intended for building houses
ing the spring to press upon a projection formed in the May 15, 1868.
The nature of this invention consists in the impregna- lever (whether of the description above-named, or an ordiand all other erections for which ordinary bricks are
tion of dead bodies with carbolic acid, or other equivalent nary one which transmits motion to the bolt through the available. They consist of two separate or distinct parts: antiseptic liquid. The patentee applies the antiseptic slot in which it passes), and thus unlocks the breech. This brick or block, and the second part the internal or Alling- advisable, injects it into the stomach and intestinal canal, through the upper side of the solid bar.-Patent comin portion of the same-Patent completed.
and also into the arteries, veins, and skull.-Patent com- pleted. 1591 J. H. JOHNSON, Lincoln's Inn Fields. Manufacture pleted.
· 1613 W. ALLDAY, Birmingham. Bellows. Dated May 16, of hollow bricks or blocks to be used for the floors, ceilings, and 1603 J. PRICE, Dublin. Testing the durability and strength 1868. other parts of buildings. (A communication.) Dated of rails, &c. Dated May 15, 1868.
The patentee claims fixing inside the bellows two May 15, 1868.
This invention has for its object the providing adequate screwed collars, and making or fixing on the end of the The patentee claims the application and use to and in the tests whereby the endurance and efficiency of rails and bellows pipe a screwed collar, which last-mentioned manufacture of hollow closed panels, bricks or blocks of elas- other parts of permanent way can be determined before screwed collar, by being engaged with one or other of the tic moulds of caoutchouc, or other material, substantially in laying down the way. By this invention the permanent screwed collars in the interior of the bellows, either fixes the manner and forthe purpose described. Second, the appli- way is subjected to rolling weights equal to or greater the bellows pipe in position for use, or packs the said pipo cation and use to and in the manufacture of hollow closed
an the beaviest weight usually allowed on the driving in the interior of the bellows for transit. Also making or panels, bricks, or block of hollow cores constructed as wheels of engines.-Patent completed.
fixing a screwed collar in the interior of the cope of the described, and left inside the said panel, brick, or block for the purpose specifled.
1604 J. G. TONGUE, Southampton-buildings, Chancery- bellows, and a screwed collar on the end of the bellows
lane. Apparatus for sewing or stitching together the numbers pipe, for fixing, the bellows in position for use, the said 1592 J. H. JOHNSON, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
Frames for or separate parts of a volume in the operation of bookbinding. bellows pipe being packed for transit by being unscrewed containing photographs, &c. (A communication) Dated (A communication.) Dated May 15, 1868.
from the cope and pushed inside the bellows and fixed May 15, 1868.
This invention has reference to a previous patent there, substantially as described and illustrated. Also the This invention consists in the application and use of granted to J. G. Tongue, dated January 10, 1868 (NO. 98). use of a plain socket and collar and screw pin for fixing moulded glass or porcelain, either plain, coloured, or The details of the invention are too voluminous to be pro- the bellows pipe in position for use.—Patent completed. more or less ornamented, in substitution for wood, metal, duced here.-Patent abandoned.
1614 A. PARKES, Birmingham. Manufacture of parkesine, or other materials hitherto employed in the manufacture of picture frames or holders.-Patent abandoned.
1605 W. RULE, Camborne, Cornwall. Apparatus for or compounds of pyroxyline to render such materials more dressing metallic ores. Dateo May 16, 1868.
suitable for making billiard balls, &c. Dated May 16, 1869. 1593 J. Hicks, Kensington. Connecting or disconnecting Here the inventor employs a table circular in form, and
In order to produce a white material without increasing the bellows with the notes or reeds and keyboards in certain with a roughened surface, and having an inclination unduly the specific gravity of the compound, the patentee musical instruments. Dated May 15, 1868.
towards its centre, which is cut out, and is made to mixes with the dissolved pyroxylyn, and other matters Here the inventor makes a small manual or keyboard of revolve slowly, and during its revolution the metallic ore, commonly used in the manufacture of parkesine, white two and a-half, or more or less, octaves of keys with pallets and the earthy and other foreign matters from which it starch, either such as is manufactured commercially from attached, and a row of reeds to correspond with the keys, has to be separated, are allowed to fall in a semi-fluid wheat, rice, potatoes, and other matters, or such as aro and an air-tight chamber into which the connection is to state upon the periphery of this table, and owing to the known as arrowroot, tapioca, or, it may be, other amybe made. He then makes a bellows and windchest, which inclination of the table towards the centre the earthy and laceous substances. There is much other detail. — Patent are Atted in a box in such a manner that they can be placed other foreign matters gradually descend through the hole completed. on the floor or elsewhere, and can be worked or actuated in the centre, leaving the heavy metallic ore, which is 1615 G. PRICE, Ryde. Pianos, &c. Dated May 16, 1868. by the foot. He then makes a hole in the end of the box afterwards washed off, as it reaches a certain point in This invention consists in applying immediately under into the windchest, and also a similar hole in the end of the revolution of the table, into a separate receptacle by a the keys one or more heated vessels of sufficient dimenthe air chamber of the manual. He now makes the con- strong stream of water being allowed to flow over that sions, for the purpose of warming the keys and surroundnection by means of a tube of vulcanized india-rubber or part.-Patent abandoned.
ing atmosphere, and of preventing that excessive coldness other tubes, in each end of which is fixed a short brass
1606 H. J. H. KING, Auchinvole, and A. PATRICK, of the fingers and hands so commonly complained of in tube made to fit the holes in the manual and the windchost. Glasgow. Gauges, or apparatus for 'ascertaining pressure winter, which makes the practice of the piano painful, and -Patent abandoned.
Dated May 16, 1868. 1594 F.HYDE, Stockport. Construction of bevel gearing This invention is not described apart from the drawings. it by professionals and others.-Patent completed. Dated May 15, 1868. -Patent completed.
1616 G. SMITH, Coalville, Leicestershire. Pressing and This invention consists in casting every description of 1607 T. BRIGGS, Ripley, Derby.
Dated toothed bevel wheels with two sets of teeth placed back to signalling between passengers, guards, and drivers of railway May 16, 1868;
Communicating and finishing hollowed or chambered bricks or blocks. back for the purpose of economy in the construction, in trains. Dated May 16, 1868.
The machine here employed consists of a base or tablo combination with great facility in increasing or reducing The patentee claims, first, the combination of the large with the ordinary brick die upon same for holding the the speeds of the driving shafts or parts of machinery.- lever and spring to hold it in position; also the weight clay, above which is arranged, to lower down by screw.or Patent abandoned.
and sliding hook or pulley to pull down the rope, substan- otherwise upon the same, a die having attached to the 1595 T. SINGLETON, Over Darwen, Lancashire. Looms. tially as described. Second, the application of the pulleys under side tongues, forks, or projections of various Dated May 15, 1868.
and rope running along the top of the train, substantially patterns, and of the required thickness, to press or perThe first part of this invention relates to loose reed looms, in manner and for the purposes described. Third, the forate the blocks and bricks, and such articles as required, and consists in various arrangements of mechanism for combination of the pulls with the handles in each com- the materials being in the required condition to receive making the reed fast for beating up the weft, and loose partment of the carriage with the spring which holds the the impression.-Patent abandoned. when the shuttle is lodged in the shed. The second part lever ready for action; also the telltale attached to each 1617 W. E. GEDGE, Wellington-street, Strand. E.ctractof the invention consists in various improvements con- pull, as described. Fourth, the construction and employ; ing or removing woo!' and hair from hides or skins. (A comnected with shuttles used in looms for wearing. Instead ment of the box which contains the small weight and munication.) Dated May 16, 1868. of the ordinary bedding pin for supporting the shuttle semaphore, and removing the cover from the lamp to This invention is based in the use of hydrosulphates of tongue, the inventor employs a square or oblong piece of show a red light in the form of a star, all substantially in soda. The preparation used consists of about 13lb. of metal for the bed, and uses two pins to fix it to the shuttle. manner and for the purposes described. -Patent com- hydrosulphate of soda, and of from 2 lb. to 3 lb. of lime He also places in the shuttle an additional pin for holding pleted.
white or whiting ("lait de chaux ") in a bucket of water, the tube on which the cop is spun or wound, and for the 1608 A. J. MURRAY, Albany-road, Camberwell. Reaping but will vary with the nature and condition of the hides to
for every 100 hides. These proportions are not absolute, ordinary shuttle tongue he substitutes one formed in a
machines. Dated May 16, 1868. hollow spiral form from sheet metal.--Patent abandoned. 1596 S. CHAMBERS and C. BROADHEAD, Sheffield. Pre- 1 -Patent completed. This invention is not described apart from the drawings. be treated.-Patent completed.
1618 W. R. LAKE, Southampton-buildings, Chancery
lane, London. Manufacture of iron and steel. (A communi-chloride of hydrogen, those of potassium, sodium, and place by inserting a tube or duct in the crown or other cation.) Dated May 16, 1868.
calcium, or others equally anhydrous, either on such convenient part of the lamp post.-Patent completed. This invention has reference to the manufacture of iron sulphides as those of aluminium, magnesium, or silicium,
1643 J. FRY, Lisson-grove, London. Parambulators. and steel by the Bessemer or pneumatic process, or on the elements or substances which can form such and its chief object is to facilitate the repairing of the sulphides as aluminous, magnesian, or silicious earths and Dated May 20, 1868
This invention is not described apart from the drawings. lining of converters.--Patent completed. bisulphide of carbon.-Patent completed.
-Patent completed. 1619 M. A. HAMILTON, Southampton-buildings, Ohan1631 E. P. H. VAUGHAN, Chancery-lane. Construction of
1614 R. FROEHLICH, Mildmay-park, London. Opening cery-lane. An improved churn. Dated May 16, 1868.
sardines, Dated May 20, 1868. This invention consists chiefly in constructing the pipes for smoking. (A communication.) Dated May 19, 1868.
This invention consists in certain improvements whereby piston or plunger with two or more perforated discs, or
Here an instrument is employed one jaw of which is with shallow saucer-shaped pieces, or with rings, or with portable pipes for smoking tobacco are produced which pointed and formed with a suitable cutting edge, and
somewhat in the form of one jaw of a pair of shears, a hollow, perforated, conical, or bell-shaped piece, or number of such pieces, which form chambers whereby the air drawn through water. The pipe consists, essentially, of discs mounted on a suitable axis, and between which oriental "narghil" and "hookah," in which the smoke is
whilst the other jaw is provided with a pair of rollers or is collected and forced into and through the milk or cream
four parts, that is to say, the bowl and pipe attached rollers the other jaw is caused to work-Patent comduring the process of churning.-Patent completed. thereto, the water-holder or reservoir, the mouth-piece, and
pleted. 1620 J. W. ANDERSON, Glasgow. Temples for looms. the joint-piece to which the bowl and mouth-piece are conDated May 18, 1868.
nected with the water-holder or reservoir.---Patent com 1645 C. L. TAVREDON and J. MORET, Paris. DoubleThis invention consists in employing two temples, that pleted.
action pump. Dated May 20, 1868.
This invention consists chiefly in the particular arrangecarried by the upper part of the case being of larger diameter than that resting in the lower part of the case ; at
1632 R. PEARCE, Swansea. Separation of copper and other ment of the piston, which may be composed of two stamped the same time, the upper temple is so placed that the lower metals from silver. Dated May 19, 1868.
leather heads connected with each other by a tubular rod or part of its periphery is on a lower level than the upper part silver which has been precipitated from its sulphate, ni- along the sheath in its up and down motion : this sheath
This invention relates especially to the purification of sheath. In some cases the piston has a single head carrying of the periphery of the lower temple.-Patent abandoned, 1621 E. BILLINGTON, Reddish, Lancashire, and W. analogous treatment of other metats.
trate, or chloride by copper, but is also applicable to the is always set in the central part of the pump, and the liquid
The impure silver JOLLEY, Heaton Norris, Lancashire. Apparatus for convey is placed on a Alter in a boiler, water is added, together into two chambers by a movable diaphragm, so that each ing and regulating the pressure of steam passing through pipes. with a little sulphuric acid, the quantity of the lattor neces: head of the said piston plays in a separate chamber, and (Partly & communication.) Dated May 18, 1868.
sarily varying with the amount of copper, as will be well their tubular connecting or sheath rod slides in a hole This invention relates to a valvular arrangement for understood. Steam with air mingled therewith is then bored through the centre of the diaphragm, which hole is withdrawing steam from a high pressure steam pipe, or admitted by means of an injecting apparatus. Violent provided with a water-tight packing. The tubular rod or other vessel, for the purpose of supplying steam of a lower ebullition ensues, and the copper becomes oxidized, and is sheath which connects both heads of the piston is pierced and uniform pressure, to, for instance, a drying cylinder, or dissolved by the sulphuric acid. After being boiled in this with several holes for the passage of the liquid which is for any other purpose.--Patent abandoned.
way for about two hours, the solution of sulphate of copper forced alternately by each of the piston heads; when one 1622 W. MAINWARING, Banbury. Lawn mowing machines. is drawn off, the silver stirred so as to make it a little of the said heads creates the vacuum behind it, the other Dated May 18, 1868.
more granular, a fresh supply of water which has been head forces the liquid forward, so that its outflon takes The patentee claims the application of a revolving cutter slightly acidulated with sulphuric acid is added, and the place unintermittingly. The stamped leather heads of working against a blade, fixed in such a position that the mixture is then boiled for about one hour. The solution the double-headed piston act alternately as piston and 33 contact of the two will accomplish the clipping or trim- is afterwards drawn off, and the silver carefully washed valve; there is no other valve, as in all lift and force ming of the edges of grass plats, lawns, flower borders, with clean water. The silver when dry has only to be pumps. There may be an upper space in which the air &c., substantially as described.--Patent completed melted in crucibles for fine silver-Patent abandoned.
driven by the rising liquid accumulates and forms an 1623 G. WATSON, Bromley-street, Commercial-road,
elastic cushion, which, by its reaction, regulates the speed
1633 J. FLACHFELD, Basinghall-street, London. Cases London. Apparatus for raising and lowering weights. Dated for pipes, &c.
of the outflow of liquid-Patent completed.
(A communication). Dated May 19, 1868. May 16, 1868.
This invention consists in manufacturing the cases for 1646 A. G. HUTCHINSON, Stoneycroft, near Liverpool. This invention consists of an improved palley block pipes of vulcanite, ebonite, or hardened india-rubber. The Apparatus for offering resistance to the opening of doors, constructed in the following manner:- The patentee cases are made in two parts or halves, each of which is windows, dc. Dated May 20, 1868. employs a pulley sheave having chambers, sinkings, lined with silk, or other desired material. The halves are This invention is not described apart from the drawings. or feathers on its periphery, to receive the links of a then connected together by hinges, and fitted with a catch. -Patent completed. chain; this pulley is attached to a worm wheel acted on -Patent abandoned.
1647 F. D. NUTTALL, St. Helen's, Lancashire. Furnaces. by a worm or screw having a spindle which may be worked by chain wheel and endless chain, lever handles,
1634 D. Riddell, Glasgow. Manufacture of bread, bis- Dated May 20, 1868. band rope, or otherwise.-Patent completed. cuits, d'e. Dated May 19, 1868.
The object of this invention is, the inventor states, to This invention has for its object the cheapening of the enable the owners of metallurgical, alkali, and other 1624 W. Newham and K. KITT, Vauxhall, Surrey. Pre cost of bread, biscuits, and other preparations wherein flour chemical works where reverberatory furnaces are used paring filtering surfaces for the depuration of Huids. Dated is used, and consists in the employment of a mixture of for roasting an 1 smelting purposes, to avail; themselves of May 18, 1863. Tho inventors state that, after repeated experiments, wheat flour, in lieu of using wheat flour alone, as hitherto. flour made from Indian corn in combination with ordinary the now generally acknowledged advantages to be derived
in furnaces of that kind from the employment of hot air they have arrived at a simple, certain, and practical -Patent abandoned.
as an agent to induce or promote combustion of coal, means of obtaining filtering surfaces of equal density in every part, and their invention is based upon the applica 1635 J. STEEL, Glasgow. Cask-washing apparatus. Dated coke, or other fuel.-Patent abandoned. tion of neutral substances ou filtering surfaces by the May 19, 1868.
1648 J. B. WHITELEY, Lockwood, near Huddersfield. agency of the fluid under treatment operating under pres
This invention comprises the use of a large disc or chuck Machinery for stretching, drying, and producing the elastic sure.--Patent abandoned.
plato fixed on the overhanging end of a horizontal shaft, finish on woren fabrics. Dated May 20, 1868. 1625 L. GOLDSTEIN, Bradford, Yorkshire. Umbrella and speed. A series of cradles to receive the casks is arranged ing a combined progressive and oscillatory or vibratory
made to revolve backwards or forwards at any convenient The patentee claims the method and means of producparasol cloths. Dated May 18, 1868. This invention relates to those cloths or fabrics used for mounted on journals connected by bevel gearing with each ing fabrics, substantially as shown and described.—Patent
in a circle on the face of the disc, and these cradles are motion of the chains of machinery for stretching and drythe covers of umbrellas and parasols, which are manu- other, and actuated by suitable gearing. The casks are completed. factured either of alpaca, mohair, worsted, or china grass, placed in the cradles with their axes coinciding with the
1649 A. BELL, Alfred-roud, London. Valves of steam improvements consist in having such cloths or fabrics has a rotation about its own axis combined with the mo- engines. Dated May 20, 1863. produced with a border of silk, cotton, or other fibrous tion due to being carried round by the rotating disc.
This invention consists in constructing the valves of substance of a distinctly different colour to the body of Patent abandoned.
steam engines in such manner that there will be little or the piece or fabric.-Patent abandoned.
no pressure on the back of the said valves, thus prevent1626 J. F. SPENCER, Sunderland, Durham. Working the
1636 J. ELCE, Manchester, Temples employed in looms. ing, to a considerable extent, the wear and friction that values of steam and other engines. Dated May 18, 1868. Dated May 19, 1868.
result from a large surface being exposed to the pressure The patentee claims, first, working the valves of steam
This invention relates to self-acting " temples" employed of the steam.--Patent abandoned. or other engines by means of two distinct radial arms, in looms for weaving, and is designed for the purpose of
1650 W. F. BATHO, Birmingham. Machinery for planing segments, discs, or levers arranged and operated in the regulating and keeping the traverse tension of the cloth manner shown and described, or any mere modification across the selvages uniform, and of an even width, during or shaping metals, &c. Dated May 20, 1868.
This invention relates to a new arrangement of me. of the same. Second, the improved mode of closing such the process of weaving.-Patent abandoned.
chinery for the purpose of planing or shaping the sides of valves by means of a vacuum obtained in the manner 1637 B. A. COOPER, Worcester. Fastenings for gloves, &c. various articles by means of cutting tools acting simal described.-Patent completed. Dated May 19, 1863.
taneously on different parts er faces of ihe work operated 1627 A. M. CLARK, Chancery-lane, London. Finishing The patentee claims the combination of a stud or head upon. The machinery consists of a frame in which the linen, &c. (A communication) Dated May 18, 1868. to be engaged with the button-hole of the glove or article patentee mounts in suitable bearings six or any convenient
The apparatus here employed consists of a fixed metal of dress to be fastened with a projecting plate or flange number of spindles arranged by preference, in s plate having a polished heated surface; on this plate or ears, under which the button of the glove or article of horizontal position, and radiating to a fixed point in the moves an endless web of felt, or woollen material, so sup- dress to be fastened engages, substantially as described and centre of the said frame. All the spindles are driven plied that the fabric when introduced between it and the illustrated in the drawings.-Patent completed.
simultaneously by suitable bevel gearing, and each spindle heated plate will be drawn along by the felt, and so per
carries a cutting tool similar to the roughing-out drill used fectly smoothed.-Patent completed.
1639 J. POLLOCK, Birmingham. . Apparalus for drawing in the slot drilling machine, and every cutter is placed at
868. 1628 J. MITCHELL, Sheffield. Raihoay and other carriage corks. Dated May 19,
right angles to its neighbour. The object to be operated
This invention relates to an instrument or apparatus to upon is carried between centres or spindles carrying vices springs. Dated May 18, 1868. Here the patentee dispenses with the usual bolts and
be used with an ordinary corkscrew, consisting essentially connected to a top and bottom frame, and these two holes, and in order to prevent the plates of which the ring or collar, the said instrument or apparatus being in bushes placed in the main frame of the machine. A
of a carved rod, bar, or support provided at bottom with a frames are connected by three vertical shafts which work spring is composed from shifting op one another, he constructed, applied, and used substantially as described vertical feed motion is given to this tripod frame by means forms a corrugation or indentation across the central part and illustrated, whereby the necessity for holding the of a screw or rack connected to its lower part, and driven of each plate, and these corrugations or indentations are made to fit into each other.
bottle between the knees or applying the hand to the body by suitable gearing from the main driving shaft of the
The several plates having of the bottle while drawing the cork is obviated-Patent machine.--Patent completed. been placed one on the other, in proper order, and with the convex protuberance of each plate fitting into the completed.
1551 H. D. HOSKOLD, Cinderford, J. DAVIS, St. Whites. corresponding corrugation, indentation, or recess of the 1639 T. GRIFFIN, Russell-square, Middlesex. Apparatus and G. P. WHEELER, Abinghall, Gloucestershire. Manucontiguous plate, they are held together by means of a for bleaching and cleansing fabrics. Dated May 19, 1868. facture of artificial fuel. Dated May 20, 1868.. square metal box or collar, through which is passed a This invention relates to improved apparatus for the This invention consists in mixing with the small coal cross pin or bolt which fits snugly into the concave recess purpose of hleaching, cleansing from dirt, whitening and or cal dust clay or silicate of alumina, sulphuric acid, of one of the outermost plates, either the topmost or the purifying linen, cotton, woollen, silk, and other fabrics or and carbonaceous or other cementing or binding matters lowermost plates.--Patent completed.
materials of a fibrous nature, and is peculiarly applicable This mixture is formed into blocks, and, when dried, is 1629 J. GBANTHAM, King's Arms-yard, Moorgate-street, or washing or cleansing clothes for domestic purposes.- ready for use as fuel. —Patent abandoned. London. Iron and steel built ships. Dated May 18, 1868. Patent completed.
1652 S. POIRER, South Lambeth, Surrey. Safety stopper Here the patentee forms the ship with an external and 1640 W. JONES and J. HETHERINGTON, Manchester. an internal frame, as is described in the specification of a Machinery for stretching woren fabrics. Dated May 20, 1868.
for bottles, &c. Dated May 20, 1868. former patent granted to him July 4, 1949 (No. 12684);
This stopper is composed of a short india-rubber or cork
This invention relates to the operation of stretching tube, into the upper part of which is inserted a ring, the but in place of making a vertical external frame, as is woven fabrics in the direction of the west, whereby the said ring being attached by tying, or any other way, with there described, he makes it of angle bars. He usually width of the said fabrics is increased, and consists in the the compressible tube. forms the flange of the angle bars in such a way as to aid employmont of certnin novel arrangements of apparatus the inner diameter of the tube, having a conical head, is
A screw-shaped peg as thick as in securing a sheathing of timber, which he applies on the for effecting the said stretching-Patent abandoned. outside of the ship between the horizontal frames.
introduced into the tube at the lower part; it runs through The internal framing of the ship is also of angle bars, vertical, 1641 H. H. JOHNSON, Cannon-street, London. Advertising the said tube and ring, and is fitted at its upper part vith or it may be partly vertical and partly horizontal. A in railway tunnels and cuttings. Dated May 20, 1868.
a sound screw nut. The stopper thus fitted is introduced metal sheating is applied over the timber. -Patent com
Here the inventor arranges a series of fixed pictures or
into the neck of the bottle to be closed, and if the screw pleted. designs, each in a different progressive attitude or position conical head of the screw-shaped peg ascends and forces
nut is turned to the right hand with the fingers, the 1630 E. P. H. VAUGHAN, Chancery-lane, London,
upon the wall of a tunnel or cutting, and the illusive its way in the compressible tube, which yields acconi.
Preparalion of anhydrous chlorides by means of sulphides, &c. effect of their apparent motion is proluced upon the passengers in a train travelling past the fixtures.-Patent
ing to the (A communication.) Dated May 19, 1868.
pressure which is given by turning the
nut, and as the lower part of the neck abandoned.
bottles This invention consists in certain improvements which
have a conical shape, it is impossible for the most are chiefly applicable to the manufacture of anhydrous 1612 J. KENNET, Eastbourne. Ventilating serrers. Dated powerful pressure of gaseous liquids to drive out the chlorides, such as those of aluminium, magnesium, and May 20, 1868.
stopper, which may be gently pulled out by merely turning silicium, such results being obtained by reaction with This invention consists in ventilating the sewers by the screw put towards the left with the fingers.--Patent chlorides, such as hydrochloric acid gas, considered as connecting the same with the street lamps of a town or 'abandoned.
1653 A. LESLIE, Turiff, Aberdeen. Apparatus for steam rods. These wires or rods pass inwards from the circum- the materials free from dirt, as also to prevent their cultivation. Dated May 20, 1868.
ference to the centre of the frame or hoop in a spiral unreeling, the elastic tubing contracting upon tho This invention relates to the use of an implement course, and extending over, say, three quarters of a circle; materials as they are diminished by use. Patent aban. carriage running on wheels propelled by a pulley set in but this may be considerably varied. At the centre of the doned. motion by a light fast-running endless rope of hemp, or frame or hoop the wires or rods are all connected together, other suitable material, which, being carried along or by preference of a boss by metal cast on to their ends. The across the field to be operated upon, communicates wires or rods are, by preference. fixed to the outer frame motion from a pulley set in motion by a steam engine or or hoop by boring holes through the frame or hoop verti.
APPLICATIONS FOR LETTERS other prime mover. The implement carriage is not turned cally, into which holes the ends of the wires or rods are
PATENT. at the end of the field, as in a previous patent, granted to inserted and fixed. Immediately above the frame or hoop the present patentee in the year 1862 No. 3028), but is the wires or rods are bent down until they become hori
Dated November 24, 1868. provided with a double set of implements which are used zontal, or nearly so. The backs of chairs and other articles of furniture may be similarly constructed. —Patent com- reaping and mowing machines.
3566 T. Culpin, Reading, Berks. alternately and set, being lifted out of work when not in
Improvements in use. -Patent completed. pleted.
3567 J. H. Johnson, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Improvements 1654 D. JONES, Hackney-road, and J. JACKSON, Ann 1663 J. CONVERS, Paris. Cranks. Dated May 20, 1868. in safety tackle for raising and lowering heavy weights. street, Ratcliffe, Middlesex. Apparatus for imparting heat The object of this invention is to render cranks and (A communication.) to the feet and body whilst travelling or otherwise. Dated crank shafts or axles more durable than at present. Ac 3568 W. G. Beattie, South Bank, Surbiton, Surrey. May 20, 1868.
cording to this invention, having made a crank or the Improvements in slide valves. This invention consists in employing the heat derived crank shaft with its crank arms and crank pin or part 3569 C. W. Siemens, Great George-street, Westminster, from the flame (or flames) of a lamp, candle, or gas joining the outer ends of the crank arms; the inventor per- Improvements in the manufacture of iron and steel. and arranged within an apparatus, which may be either port- forates or hollows out the crank pin or part joining the in furnaces and apparatus connected therewith, purt of able or a fixture, and upon which the feet are placed, after outer ends of the crank arms, that is to say, he drills, bores, which improvements are also applicable to the calcining, the manner of a footstool.--Patent abandoned.
or otherwise forms an opening or passage in or through reducing, and burning of ores and granular substances 1655 W. Tijos, Great George-street, Westminster. passage he places, fits, or fixes a pin or bolt, made before, such pin or part, and in the said bollow, opening, or generally,
3570 W. Carter, Masham, Yorkshire. Improved means Steam pumps. Date 1 May 20, 1868.
or apparatus for communicating in railway trains. The patentee claims, first, the general construction, hand, so that of course its Abres are not cut by the crank arrangement, and combination of parts constituting a
arms. There is thus an internal pin or bolt in the hollow 3571 T. Prideaux, Sheffield. Improvements in the condirect-action steam pump, as described. Second, the
socket, staple, or casing formed in the part joining the struction of sea walls and breakwaters. peculiar construction of cylindrical valve, as described. ends of the crank arms.-Patent abandoned.
3572 W. Dinwoodie, Lanrick Castle, Perthshire. ImThird, the mode of actuating a cylindrical rocking or
provements in fences.
1664 W. R. LAKE, Southampton-buildings, Chancery 3573 H. E. Newton, Chancery-lane. Improvements in partial rotating valve in steam pumps by means of a lane. Marking or creasing tucks in cloth, de. (A communica- atmospheric hammers for crushing ores and other purdifferential groove or slot in the rocking frame, worked tion). Dated May 20, 1868.
(A communication.) direct from the piston rod of the driving cylinder, sub This invention relates to sewing machine gauges, and the
3574 H. E. Newton, Chancery-lane. Improved gearstantially as described. ---Patent eompleted.
chief object of the invention is to afford the means whereby ing for multiplying motion on a single shaft." (A commu1656 C. R HAVELL; Reading, Berks. Apparatus for the line of a tuck in a piece of cloth or other material may nication.) heating water for baths. Dated May 20, 1868.
3575 E. R. Wethered, Shorncliffe, Kent, Improvements Here the patentee provides a closed metal box of-Patent abandoned.
in apparatus for signalling in railway trains. cylindrical or other form, which he places in the vessel 1666 Provisional protection has not been granted for 3576 B. Solomons, Albemarle-street, Middlesex. Imcontaining the water to be heated. The heat is obtained this invention,
provements in the construction and arrangement of by means of a gas tube or burner, which he prefers to
meteorological indicators. coil in & volute form in the bottom of the heating 1667 MAJOR W. PALLISER, Army and Navy Club, Pall
Dated November 25, 1868. chamber, the said gas tube passing out through a central Mall, and F: J. BOLTON, Rochester, Kent. Ordnance.
3577 B. Hunt, Serle-street, Lincoln's Inn. Improvements vertical air shaft at the top of the heating vessel, and proDated May 21, 1868.
in watches. (A communication.) jecting above the water level for supplying air for com
This invention is not fully described apart from the draw
3578 J. Parry, Manchester. Improvements in springe, bustion. The gas tube is connected to a suitable supply ings.Patent completed.
and in the application of the same to mattresses, couches, pipe, and is further provided with perforations for the 1668 C. A. CHAMEROY, Paris. Liquid or gas meter. Dated and other upholstery purposes. emission of jets of gas. Around the lower part of the May 21, 1868.
3579 R. Lakin, Manchester, and W. H. Rhodes, Hollincentral air shaft, and over the burner, he places a The patentee claims, first, constructing apparatus for wood, near Manchester. Improvements in machines for cylindrical water capacity or boiler, leaving a space measuring the flow of fluids or gases wherein the rise and spinning and doubling. between it and the sides and top of the heating vessel for fall of a valve, according to a greater or less flow of liquid 3580 W. Wild, oidham, Lancashire. An improved the circulation of the heat, In the bottom of the water passing through, is caused to produce a correspondingly arrangement and adaptation of mechanism to the driving vessel is an annular recess communicating with the varying area of inlet orifice, and at the same time causes shafts of motive-power engines, to be employed for space above the vessel by vertical tubes, affording a motion to be imparted to registeriug mechanism in exact equalizing and regulating the speed of such shafts. greatly increased heating surface. The water vessel | proportion to such different areas, and, consequently, 3581 G. Bernhardt, Radcliffe, Lancashire. Improvecommunicates at top and bottom with the water in which also to the quantity of fluid or gas passing through, sub ments in arrangements and apparatus for regulating and the apparatus is submerged by means of tubes, the water stantially as described. Second, the general arrangement economizing the supply of gas in mills and manufaetories. passing in at the low and out at the upper part, proof apparatus for measuring the flow of fluids or gases 3582 T. Craig, Serle's-place, Lincoln's Inn. Improveducing a constant circulation. The products of combus- described-Patent completed.
ments in the means or apparatus for hanging and supporttion pass out of the chamber through a chimney rising at the top of the apparatus above the water, by which
1669 W. HADFIELD, Manchester. Loome. Dated May 21, ing windows, doors, shutters, and other such like movablo 1868.
fittings in houses, vehicles, steamboats, and other places access is also had for igniting the jets.--Patent completed.
This invention relates to that part of the loom termed
or structures in which such fittings are used. the “taking-up motion," and is designed to dispense with
3583 P. Spencer, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. An improved 1657 W. ENGLAND, Bristol. Apparatus for measuring the ordinary sand roller or perforated plates now em
mode of preparing or making up indigo blue or preparaliquids. Dated May 20, 1863. ployed, and the improvements consist in the novel em
tions or compounds of indigo for the market. The chief object of this invention is to enable ployment and use of three rollers so disposed and
3584 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chanceryretailers to measure small quantities of liquids for their arranged underneath the breast beam that, when in
lane. Improvements in machinery for manufacturing customers while in the act of drawing out the same from action, the cloth is taken up with a certainty and precision cigars. (A communication.) the supply cask or other vessel.
3585 S. Brook and C. Thompson, Halifax, Yorkshire. This is effected by not hitherto attained.-Patent abandoned. applying to the cask or vessel a two-way cock fitted with a
Improvements in looms for weaving.
1670 J. E. POYNTER, Glasgow. Manufacture of soap. graduated measure, which is to receive the liquor from
3586 D. S. Merry, Mare-street, Hackney, Middlesex. the cask, and will indicate with precision the quantity of Dated May 21, 1868.
Improvements in arm protectors. liquor drawn out. From this graduated vessel the liquor saponified, fatty, or oleaginous substances ordinarily Improvements in packing-boxes or packing-cases.
This invention consists in combining borax with the
3587 W. F. Chapman, Llandudno, Carnarvonshire. is discharged hy giving the plug of the cock a further employed in making soap.-Patent completed. quarter turn, which will simultaneously shut off the supply
3588 G. Baker, jun., Birmingham. Improvements in and open a passage from the graduated vessel to the dis
1671 J. Booth, Birmingham. Fastenings for bags of bird and other cages. charge opening, and allow the liquor to run into a jug or paper. Dated May 21, 1868.
3589 W. E. Gedge, Wellington-street, Strand. A novel other vessel provided to receive it.-Patent abandoned.
The following has reference to a paper bag of the kind system of tug or tow boat. (A communication.)
called a square-bottomed bag. After the bag has been 3590 W. E. Gedge, Wellington-street, Strand. Improve1658 A. V. NEWTON, Chancery-lane. Sewing machines. made, but before the triangular flaps at the bottom are ments in sewing or embroidering machines. (A communiDated May 20, 1868.
pasted down on the said bottom, the inventor inserts a cation.) This invention consists in the application to sewing ma- ring of india-rubber (by preference vulcanized) under the 3591 H. Smith, Westbourne Terrace-road, Middlesex. chines of a direct motor which does not require any gear- angle or point of one of the said flaps, in such a way that Improvements in apparatus to be used in playing games. ing for transmitting the motion, and which is placed under the point of the said flap passes through the ring, and he 3592 E. T. V. Hecke, Courbevoie, near Paris. Improveor in the table upon which the sewing machine is mounted, then pastes the said flap down in the ordinary way. The ments in steam boilers. the motive inechanism being so disposed that it allows of ring of india-rubber is thus secured to the bottom of the 3593 N. D. Spartali, Liverpool. Improvements in the the machine being driven at a uniform speed for several bag, very near to its middle, and after the bag has been mode of obtaining, and in apparatus for applying, heat to consecutive hours. This motor consists of a number of filled and its mouth closed by turning down its top, the steam boilers. spring barrels which gear into each other for the purpose ring of india-rubber can be readily stretched and passed 3594 J. Bourne, Leith, Scotland. Improvements in the of combining their power, their motion being regulated over the top of the closed bag. The mouth of the bag is production of heat, and in the generation and application by means of a flyer having movable or adjustable wings thus fastened down more rapidly and economically than of motive power derived therefrom. which allow of the speed being accelerated or retarded as by the ordinary method of tying with string.---Patent 3595 H. Milsted, City-road, Middlesex. An improved required. The motion of the machine is arrested by a stop abandoned.
buckle or fastening, especially applicable to belts, bands, or brake arrangement.-Patent completed.
1672 J. CROFTS, J. Dawson, and R. King. Apparatus for straps, traces, and thongs. 1659 W. INGLIS, Manchester. Steam engines and builers, combing wool, &c. Dated May 21, 1868.
3596 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, ChanceryDated May 20, 1868.
This invention has reference to those machines known lane. Improvements in sad-irons, and in the means for These improvements in steam engines are specially ap as "Noble's machines." In carrying out the improvements, heating the same. (A communication.)
3597 D. Vogl, Basinghall-street, City. An improvement plicable to what are known as Corliss" engines, and they the holding combs, in place of being formed in circles, are consist in casting the inner cylindrical shell of the cylinder arranged in short lengths connected together by binge in the means of fastening scarfs, neckties, and cravats. separately from the outer shell of the steam jacket; and joint, or as a chain, so that they may, by preference, be making a secure and substantial joint between these parts endless, and be capable of moving during parts of their
3598 E. Ellenband, Manchester. Improved apparatus by casting in separate pieces the ends containing the valve traverse in straight or inclined directions, and have mo
for threading domestic needles. (A communication)
Dated November 26, 1868. boxes, and in uniting these several parts by joints running tion given to them for passing round suitable pulleys or rouud the cylinder in planes at right angles to its axis. wheels. Feed boxes travel with one, say, the outer, set of
3599 L. Roman, Paris. An hydraulic motive power. Patent completed. these chains of holding combs; and in place of a single set
3600 F Holt, Gorton, near Manchester. Certain im1660 W. SIM, Glasgow. Apparatus for watering streets and travelling together, with the points of the teeth of one set of inner holding combs, the patentees employ a double set, provements in steam engires
3601 P. Panton, Craven-hill, Hyde Park. Improvements roads. Dated May 20, 1868. By the present invention, when perforated pipes are towards and passing down between those of the other, by
3602 A. M. Clark, Chancery-lane. An improved prepermanently laid at the sides of the street for watering holding combs may be brought closer together to form a paration or compound for sizeing and dressing threads and wherever circumstances require, the interruption of the gauge finer than could be produced with all the teeth fabrics. (A communication.)
3603 J. Sincock, Hagley-road, Birmingham. Improvefixed piping, by means of a length of flexible tubing or hose pointing in the same direction, and admit of narrower pipe coupled to a firecock or hydrant, and having attached
combs being used in this position. One set of this double ments in ratchet braces, which improvements are also at its free end a tubulated spray pipe to be held by a street
series of inner holding combs is in its progress caused for applicable to ordinary ratchet levers and ratchet wheels keeper, and to be directed so as to throw the spray where a time to travel parallel, or nearly so, with the other or
generally. required.-Patent abaudoned.
3604 É. Swithenbank, Lawrence-lane, Cheapside, City. outer set during the time of receiving fibre from the feed 1661 G T. BOUSFIELD, Brixton. Power looms. (A com- fully into the teeth of these holding combs; then in the boxes, and the pressing of such fibre by the dabbing brush Improvements in apparatus to be used in the manufacture
and finishing of hats. (Partly a communication.) munication.) Dated May 20, 1868.
3605 C. E. Spooner, Bron y Garth, Port Madoc, CarnarThe specification of this invention is too voluminous to combs, the fibro is brought under and penetrated by teeth vonshire, and G. A. Huddart, Brynkir, Carnarvonshire. be quoted here at sufficient length for an intelligible abstract.--Patent completed.
of the other or upper set of inner endless combs. -Patent Improvements in the construction of railways.
3606 A. Busche, Schwelm, Prussia. Improvements in
machinery for making laces and braids. 1662 O. BARNARD, Norwich. Chairs, &c. Dated May 20, 1673 E. E. ALLEN, Parliament-street, Westminster. 3607 E. T. Hughes, Chancery-lane. Improvements in 1868..
Packing, covering, or making up materials wound upon spools. means and apparatus for dressing, moulding, and polis; In forming the seat of a chair or other article of furni Dated May 21, 1868.
ing stone, marble, and other similar substances. (A comture, the patentee makes an outer frame or hoop (by pre Here the inventor covers the spools upon which sewing munication.) ference circular), and he fixes it to, at distances apart and crochet cotton, sewing silk, thread, and cord are around the circumference, steel or other elastic wires or 'wound with elastic tubing, for the purpose of keeping ' loading firearms.
3608 H. Pollack, Hambourg. Improvements in breech
LIST OF SEALED PATENTS 3009 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-An improvement in the construction of circular saw
Sealed November 27, 1868. lane. Improvements in paddle-wheels for steam ships. benches. (A communication.) 3651 J. H. Johnson, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Producing 1752 J. Reidy
1896 H. A. Bonneville 3610 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery- imitations of, and substitutes for, wood, ivory, stono, and 1755 W. Dalziel
1903 H. Turner lane. Improvements in harvesting machines. (A com other hard substances. (A communication.)
1757 T. Drake
1924 S. Barlow, T. Edmomunication.)
1764 R. H. Bentham
ston, and T. Beeley 3611 J. H. Moreland, Belfast, and J. Coulong, Black
1788 M. Chavagnat
1905 W. Unsworth burn, Lancashire. Improvements in pneumatic looms.
1792 Rev. 0. Reynolds 1935 C. Whitehouse 3612 A. Harris, Thame, Oxfordshire. Improvements in NOTICES OF INTENTION TO PROCEED WITH
1794 S. Walker
1962 M. Demmer
PATENTS. heating apparatus for warming churches, chapels, and
1795 J. B. Farrar
2038 T. Restell other public and private buildings by hot air.
From the "London Gazette," December 1, 1868.
1805 J. Avery
2085 C. E. Broomen Dated November 27, 1868. 2238 H. W. Ripley and T. Shackleton. Machinery for 1807 G. A. H. Lillie
2290 J. M. Hector 1812 A. M. Clark
2378 W.R. Lake 3613 E. Stevens, White Lion-street, Islington, Middle-winding threa:ls of cotton.
2243 W. R. Lake. Implement for cutting hay. (A com 1856 J. Gerard sex. Improvements in the means and instruments em
2841 A. Rooker 1871 A. M. Clark
2898 J. H. Johnson ployed for sharpening knives, scissors, and other edged munication.) tools and articles of cutlery.
2244 W.R. Lake. Links for harness. (A communica 1895 A. M. Clark 3614 J. S. Templeton, Glasgow. Improvements in tion.) Brussels and Wilton carpets. 2246 G. Moulton. Pentagraph engraving machinos.
Sealed December 1, 1868. 3615 A. C. Bamlett, Thirsk, Yorkshire. Improvements 2263 C. G. Johnson. Kilns.
1447 W.R. Lake
18:50 W. J. Addis in machinery for reaping and mowing.
2272 W. Winter, Sewing machines.
1801 E. P. IJ. Vaughan 1872 G. Watson, W. J. 3616 T. G. Webb, Manchester. Improvements in the 2273 W. J. Cunningham. Apparatus for raising and
1803 T. Christy
and S. T. Baker manufacture of tumblers, goblets, wine glasses, and other lowering window blinds.
1811 L. Sterne
1871 D. Coffey vessels or articles of glass.
2280 J. Raine. Apparatus for obtaining i anoramic
1812 F. Schafer
1882 G. Howard 3617 J. Petrie, jun., Rochdale, Lancashire. Improve- pictures by means of photography.
1823 E. Fairburn
1890 W. Hamer and J. ments in machinery or apparatus for washing or scouring 2281 C. Hodgson. Apparatus for transporting loads.
1828 G, Hartley and P.
Davies and dyeing wool and other fibrous materials. 2284 C. Weekes. Application of iron for building pur
1897 E. P. J. L. Terrel 3618 T. and A.L. Dickins and H. Heywood, Middleton, poses.
1834 R. W oinar
(des Chenos) Lancashire. Improvements in machinery or apparatus
2293 T. Gibb. Treatment of metallic ores.
1836 J. Worth and A. 2173 W. Hadfield for washing and dyeing silk and other yarns. 2294 G. Martin. Manufacture of extract wool.
2305 0. E. Brooman 3619 W. E. Newton, Chancery-lane. Improvements in 2295 C. W. Bradshaw. Coupling hose for steam en
1841 M. Henry
2916 R. Harling oil cups or lubricators for machinery. (A communica-gines.
1848 F. Reddicliffe
3117 W.R. Lake tion.)
2298 P. Tassie and I. Patchett. Machinery for plaiting 3620 J. H. Dales and J. F. Maygrove, Wood-street, City. fabrics. Improvements in the mode of, and in looms for, weaving 2300 C. F. Waldo. Apparatus for raising water. (A PATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF £50 hair cloth and similar fabrics. communication.)
HAS BEEN PAID. 3621 A. M. Clark, Chancery-lane. Improvements in 2306 T. F., J., C. H., and E. Firth. Looms for weaving. 3020 S. O. Salter
3110 R. A. Brooman letter or paper clips. (A communication.) 2308 F. H. Hambleton. Manufacture of laminated 3011 W. E. Newton
3305 M. Klotz armour plates.
3055 J. Thompson Dated November 28, 1868.
2312 E. T. Hughes. Treating flax. (A communica3622 W. Tranter, Birmingham. Improvements in tion.)
PATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF £100 breech-loading firearms, and in lubricating bullets for the 2322 J. S. Bromhead and J. Whitmee. Dry gas regu
HAS BEEN PAID. same.
lators. 3623 J. Ingham, Valley Dye Works, Bradford, and I.
2955 J. Ronald 2325 F. H. Danchell. Utilizing fuel.
2977 G. E. Donisthorpe, Butterfeld, Bradford, Yorkshire. Improvements in ma
2975 W. Firth and R.
W. Firth, and R. 2332 W. E. Gedge. Apparatus for feeding steam boilers. chinery or apparatus for dressing warps. (A communication.)
Ridley 3624 E. S. Samuell, Liverpool. An improved manufac2333 B. G. George. Machinery for bronzing printed
2980 F. A, Calvert
3009 T. Ellis ture of superphosphate of lime.
work. 3625 A. Wyllie and J. Latham, Liverpool. An improved 2337 J. Stoel. . Cask-washing apparatus. machine for cracking palm and other nuts.
LIST OF SPECIFICATIONS PUBLISHED, 3626 H. J. H. King, Glasgow. Improvements in gauges
2338 J. Greenhalgh. Machinery for cleaning cotton.
For the week ending November 28, 1868. or apparatus for ascertaining pressure.
seed sowers combined. 3627 J. Cornes, Ilford, Essex. Improvoments in
2342 A. V. Newton, Construction of portable railway. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. machines for mowing grass, corn crops, and other similar (A communication.) produco, for trimming the margins of lawns, also for roll2355 A. V. Newton. Propeller for steam vessels. (A
s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d
d. ing, collecting, and delivering the said crops of corn and communication.)
988 0 411210 10 11530 10 12360 813080 413+1 O 4 other produce into bonds or bands ready for being tied 2360 W. Lewis. Needle wrappers.
1083 0 61123 2 611542 1255 0 10 13090 4 13171 0 up in sheaves or laid in swarth.
2363 T. Hydes and J. Bennett. Facilitating the applica- 1097 O 811250 81159 6 10 1271 0 8131110 413491 0 3628 A. N. Burton, High-street, Reading, Berks. A new tion of caloric.
1098 0 S 11270 811610 8112780 413180 41351 0 or improved mode of fastening boots and shues.
2365 G. Hodgson, H. Bottomley, and E. Cockroft. 1099 0 10 11280 81162 0 & 12800 41319 0 41352 3629 W. E. Gedge, Wellington-street, Strand. An im- Looms for weaving.
1103 0 811301 611660 612820 413220 4 1356 proved instrument termed a perspectometer, intended to 2374 J. Mabson. Cinder sifter and shovel combined. 1104 0 811371 101168 0 S/12830 4132310 41357 facilitate the execution of perspective drawings. (A com 2379 A. V. Newton. Polishing powder. (A communi- 1105 1 411390 10 11750 8 12900 413240 41358 munication.) cation.)
11070 611410 811770 $112960 4132510 4 1359 0 3630 W. E. Gedge, Wellington-street, Strand. An im
2390' T. H. Roberts and B. C. Cross. Apparatus for 1108 0 811420 811820 812990 413270 4 1860 O proved plate-warming apparatus. (A communication.) stopping carriages.
1110 1 10 11440 611860 10 13010 4/13280 1361 0 3631 O. D. Abel, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane. 2407 B. Sharpe. Construction of ships.
1111 2 411460 1011960 10 1303 0 4 13310 4 1366! O Improvements in the manufacture of steel. (A communi
2433 G. N. Shore. Railway brakes.
1115 0 10 1147 0 6|12000 10 1305 0 413390 41368 0 cation.)
2486 W. E. Newton. Screws and screw drivers. (A 1116 0 101149 1 4 12010 10 13070 413400 41513 0 4 3632 J. Saward, St. Paul-street, Islington, Middlesex. communication.)
1119 0 811500 6|12141 2 Improvements in the means of preserving natural flowers
2502 A. M. Clark. Propelling vessels. (A communicaand leaves of trees and plants for ornamental and useful tion.) purposes.
2561 E. Beanes. Manufacture of brewers' finings.
NOTE.-Specifications will be forwarded by post from the 3633 J. L. Norton, Belle Sauvage-yard, Ludgato-bill, 2588 F. Braby. Treating waste sulphate of iron solu- ceipt of the amount of price and postage. Sums exceeding
Great Seal Patent Omice (publishing department), on reCity. Improvements in dyeing and printing.
tion. 3534 J. Heaton, Langley Mill, Derbyshire. Improve 2589 A. Clark. Compound for tanning leather. (A com
5s. must be remitted by Post Office Order, made payable at ments in the treatment of cast iron, and in the apparatus munication.)
the Post Office, High Holborn, to Mr. Bennett Woodcroft, employed therein.
2599 H. Hughes. Sewing machines.
Great Seal Patent Office, 25. Southampton-building, 3635 W. Naylor, Mildmay Park, Middlesex. Improve
2607 F. J. Knewstub. Despatch boxes.
Chancery-lane. ments in railway brakes, and in apparatus connected 2795 W. R. Lake. Condensing apparatus for steam therewith, part of which improvements is applicable to engines. (A communication.) the regulating the pressure of steam, air, gas, or water, 3110 G. P. Grant. Bung bushes for casks. for various useful purposes.
TUCK'S 3138 W. R. Lake. Means for dyeing hair. (A com3636 G. S. Brown, High-street, Leicestershire, and E. munication.)
PATENT PACKING FOR STEAM Turner, Coventry-street, Leicestershire. Improvements 3167 R. Pearce. Separation of copper from silver. in means or apparatus for communicating between the 3219 I. Holden. Apparatus employed in combing wool.
ENGINES, &c. passengers, guard, and driver of a railway train, and for
3292 T. Mordue. Steam boilers for marine engines, signalling the speed at which a train is travelling.
INDIA-RUBBER VALVES, &c. 3335 J. Vavasseur. Apparatus for discharging ordSealed November 30, 1868. nance.
TUCK and Co. 3637 W. Soper, Friar-street, Reading, Berks. Improve3336 J. H. Bertie. Manufacture of lace.
beg to call attention tothe annexed ments in breech-loading firearms. 3315 R. W. Beckley. Pen-rest.
" TRADE MARK," whieb in fu.
ture will appear upon eaeh length 3638 L. Pfeiffer, Walbrook-buildings, City. An improved 3347 E. Holden. Preparing wool.
of " Tuck's PATENT PAOK. fastening or lock for bags and other similar articles. (A 3371 J. Taylor. Steam boilers.
ING," as also upon their communication.) 3376 W. Baker. Furnaces.
Valves, guaranteed 3639 J. S. Forbes, Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire. 3393 G. T. Bousfield. Barring soap. (A communica
quality. Sheet IndiaImprovements in the preparation of materials used in the tion.)
rubber, Buffers, Hose, manufacture of pottery, earthenware, and china, and in 3399 W. M. Brown. Engines for raising water. (A
Tubing, Banding, &c. apparatus for the same.
communication.) 3640 T. Hill, Euston-road, Middlesex. Improvements in
TUCK & Co., 3495 W. R. Lake. Bayonet, which will also serve as a the construction of organs. digging implement. (A communication.)
LONDON : 3641 R. A. Green, Strand. A new or improved method
116, Cannon Street, E.C. of ornamenting articles of plate, jewellery, watch-cases, ascertained by referring back to their numbers in tho list The full titles of the patents in the above list can be
Liverpool:-42 and 44, QUEEN STREET. studs, buttons, and other ornamental or useful objects. 3642 A. M. Clark, Chancery-lane. A new or improved of provisional protections previously published.
WORKS: LAMBETH, material for the manufacture of tiles for roofing purposes. Opposition can be entered to the granting of a patent to
Contractors to the Admirnitu.
A II (A communication.)
any of the parties in the above list, who have given notice 3643 D. Greig and J. Fernie, Leeds. Improvements in of their intention to proceed, within twenty-one days from TIIOMAS TURTON AND SONS, casting plough heads, wheels, and crank axles. the date of the “Gazette" in which the notice appears, by
Manufacturers ot 3644 N. and R. G. West, Palace-square, Upper Norwood, leaving at the Commissioners' office, particulars in writing CAST STEEL for Cutters, Punches, Taps, and Surrey. Improvements for the preservation from cor- of the objection to the application,
Dies, Turning Tools, Chisels, &c. rosion of rudder pins and gudgeons, or braces, screw pro
CAST STEEL Piston Rods, Crank Pins, Connectpeller shafts, the working parts of feathering paddle
ing Rods, Straight and Crank Axlcs, Shafts, and Forgings of wheels, and the surfaces of iron and steel ships and other structures. PROVISIONAL PROTECTION FOR SIX MONTHS FILES, marked T. TURTON. Superior to any
every description. 3645 J. Myers and L. L. Morrison, Leeds. Improve
Has been granted upon Specifications bearing the folments in the construction of hats or coverings for the
lowing uumbers :
other make. (See results of trial in the "Times," July 26, 1831.)
TOOLS of all kinds for Engineers, Railways, Conhead.
tractors, &c., &c. 3546 W. M'Lellan, Glasgow. Improved fastenings for
3387 3401 3419 3435 3451 the rails of railways, and apparatus for the manufacture
EDGE TOOLS, marked WM. GREAVES and
2660 366 of hollow metallic keys for the fastening of such or other
3388 3402 3419 3437 3452 3463
SONS. Electro-Boracic Steel, warranted to wear out three Tools
8020 like rails.
3369 3389 3105
made of Cast Steel. 3120 3139 3453 3471
3032 3372 3647 J. W. Reid, Great Western Terrace, Paddington,
DOUBLE SHEAR STEEL, SPRING STEEL, 3390
3422 3110 8454 3472
BLISTER STEEL, | GERMAN STEEL, Middlesex. Improvements in bleaching vegetable fibre. 3648 W. E. Newton, Chancery-lane. Improvements in
3221 3376 3392 3403 3124 3442 3459 3476 SPRINGS, BUFFERS, and CAST STEEL TYRES
3228 3380 3393 inachines for opening and cleaning cotton or other fibrous
3109 3425 3413 3460
For Locomotive Engines, Railway Carriages, and Wagsons. substances. (A commnnication.)
3249 3381 3395 3111 3427 3114 3462
SHEAF WORKS and SPRING WORKS, 3649 A. V. Newton, Chancery-lane. Improvements in
3257 3382 3396
3128 3115 3461 3182 3238 3383 3397 34114 3131
347 3465 8484 apparatus for receiving and delivering mail bags and
SHEFFIELD). packages on railways. (A communication.)
3289 3383 3398 3116 3132 3115
London Warehouse: 35, QUEEN-STREET, CITY, 3245 3386 3399 3417 3433 3650 A. Ransome, King's-road, Chelsea, Middlesex.
Where the Larger Stock of Steel, Files, Tools, &c., &c., may be